Very convenient location, Metro just at front of hotel and can go every where easily. Clean, especially on public area and a little bit old on facilities. Won't see anything except office buildings if not facing city. Those rooms facing city can get fascinated view. However, I got the other ...
Very nice hotel looks very elegant as you walk in. Breakfast was tasty and delicious. Small nice little bar at the entrance of the hotel. Rooms were pretty small but that's fine bathrooms were beautiful. Staff was very nice and helpful. Very quite area but so many restaurants around the area.
Our plans for the trip to Prague: see the city of spires, make new friends, taste the food of my husband's ancestry, and be part of history. We did all of that and more. The Hotel Elite was exactly what I thought that I had purchased when I made the reservations. It is small, intimate, and welcoming ...
Great hotel! Plenty of space compared to others I've stayed in Europe. Has a nice old style charm to room. Staff is very friendly and helpful if needed. Very close to everything by means of walking. Breakfast was perfect for me but I am a light eater in the am. Coffee, juice, assortment of pastries, ...
The hotel is very nice-very easy to drive to with an onsite parking garage which is very secure. It is very close to the metro train, and access to the city center and tourist areas is very easy. Right next to a really nice shopping mall. The staff is very nice and helpful. Good food/bar options ...
Love this hotel. While we were in the absolute center of Old Town with lots of noise and revelry going on until very late, with the double windows and air-conditioning we were able to go to sleep about midnight with no problem. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Great large room with a large bathroom. They offer great breakfast buffet with a variety of food. Very friendly and accommodating staff.
Everything was absolutely perfect. I booked this hotel looking for a "small but elegant boutique hotel". Although I'm typically used to the bigger 5 star chains, I wanted to make this experience a bit different, so I bet for something more intimate and personal. I read a lot of reviews before booking the hotel and across the board, all the comments were "excellent". I feel the same way. Awesome staff. Modern, well manicured and super clean facilities. Top of the line bedroom, from the stylish decoration, the linens, the bathroom... everything was fantastic! The location was excellent. After seen both sides of the Charles River, I can honestly say, I would take the Mala Strana side (where the hotel is located) over the downtown area, any time.
Everything about the actual hotel is great. In fact, until my tour guide pointed out it's location on a street filled with gentlemen's clubs, I didn't even realize it myself. It's off a Main Street which made it very convenient as it was a ten minute walk from most tourist attractions and even when we returned to our hotel at night, I felt safe and was not bothered by anybody. I just would have liked to know ahead of time that I'd be staying next door to a gentlemens club and across the street from a strip club. Other than that, great hotel!
The beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic is known as one of the gems of central Europe due to its rich culture, winding medieval streets and stunning historic architecture. Hotels in Prague can be found near the famous Old Town, as well as the Josefov District, where many historic buildings and museums are located. Hotels in Prague range from dirt-cheap hostels for backpackers all the way to luxury hotels that cater the wealthy from all over the world.
Guests in Prague hotels will find no shortage of historic architecture to admire. From the Prague Castle to the collection of medieval cathedrals and synagogues, visitors can relive the rich history of Prague through its buildings and public squares.
Prague offers an array of dining experiences, from cheap pub food and traditional Czech fare to international cuisine from France and Italy. Meat lovers should visit La Finestra in Old Town Square to sample the slow roasted pork.
The St. Charles Bridge is not only the heart of Prague's city center, but also an amazing work of art. People can be found strolling at all hours across this historic bridge flanked with beautiful sculptures.
The shops around the Wenceslas Square sell a wide variety of interesting artwork. Prague is known for its puppet theater, and many small shops sell handmade puppets.
Ice hockey is immensely popular in Prague and people can catch exciting Czech Extraliga league games at the massive O2 Arena.